His most ambitious novel to date, Accelerando is a multi-generational saga following a brilliant clan of 21st-century post-humans. The year is some time between 2010 and 2015. The recession has ended, but populations are ageing and the rate of tech change is accelerating dizzyingly. Manfred makes his living from spreading ideas around, putting people in touch with one another and leaving a spray of technologies in his wake. He lives at the cutting edge of intelligence amplification technology,... Topics: Science Fiction, Post-Humanism
Post humanism is a concept originating in the fields of science fiction, futurology, contemporary art, and philosophy. This philosophy want the end of biology field and the upload of the human brain in cyberspace, the new artificial eden. Post humanism is also called the last utopia of mindking. Topics: POST HUMANISM, UTOPIA, PHILOSOPHY, ART, FUTUROLOGY, MINDKING
Tara Brabazon talks with umar umangay about post-humanism and decolonizing the curriculum. umar summons bodies, embodiment, spirit and vision to think about teacher education in an innovative and interventionist frame. Topics: Tara Brabazon, umar umangay, postcolonialism, colonization, decolonization, post-humanism, race,...
Here is a link to one of my mere three fictional writings, “I, DID (or, On the Splitting of the Pineal Gland).” Topics: Conspiracy theories, H+, Occult, Pineal Gland, post-humanism, Short story, sci fi, Transhumanism
One of the most important books about self-directed evolution published in the earliest years of the 21st century.The Textbook of the UniverseThe Genetic Ascent to GodThe nature of consciousnessand the symbolic nature of the UniverseLogosecho BooksCrystal Lake, ILBook by Steven E. Romer (2003) Topics: Cosmotheism, Cosmic Consciousness, Upward Evolution, Conscious Evolution, Cosmic Evolution,...
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Featured Talk delivered by Julian Yates for "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods" Conference, hosted by George Washington University's Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute @George Washington University, 11-12 April 2011. Topics: Bruno Latour, Michel Serres, Carlo Ginzburg, Donna Haraway, Derrida, Thelma Rowell, biomaterialism,...